Day of Family, Love and Faithfulness

Vladimir Mikhailov’s collection of Russian Orthodox jewellery bearing portraits of saints was created to commemorate Peter and Fevronia Day: a celebration of family, love, and faithfulness.

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Baptismal Cross

This small cross was created specifically for newly-baptized babies. It is notable for its clarity of form, and compactness of design. In the centre of a four-point cross surrounded by radiant beams lies an eight-point Orthodox cross. 

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Wedding rings

Our new wedding rings combine subtle Orthodox symbolism with secular elegance.

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New pieces by Vladimir Mikhailov

One of Vladimir Mikhailov’s latest pieces is the Jesus Prayer finger rosary ring with ten beads and a cross-shaped central element.

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Symbols of Northern Rus porcelain enamel chain collection

The new collection of porcelain enamel chains, inspired by Novgorod decorative arts, is a fusion of contemporary form and ancient tradition.

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Vladimir Mikhailov is an artist and stonecutter who creates Orthodox images and symbols. He has worked with the blessing of the Church since 1983 read more.

In his work, Vladimir Mikhailov revives the artistic technique of depicting Orthodox spiritual images that has been passed down from generation to generation. The technique originated in Pskov and Novgorod in the 12th and 13th centuries, and has become traditional in the depiction of the Orthodox symbols of Rus. His works of fine sculpture, typical of the Northern School, are particularly spiritually expressive and distinctive, and project a visible asceticism.

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